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Force Transducer 20 g Fixed
Part #: TSD125B, TSD125C, TSD125D, TSD125E, TSD125F

TSD125 series force transducers interface with the DA100C general-purpose transducer amplifier. The TSD125 series force transducers have been designed for in-vitro tissue bath studies, in-vivo force measurements and other applications where low noise, accuracy and repeatability are critical. The most sensitive units are ideal for use with small preparations such as aortic rings. The TSD125 series utilizes a precision strain gauge element, which has superb low noise characteristics and excellent linearity. The transducers come with a versatile mounting rod assembly to support a variety of orientations.

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Fixed 20 g Force Transducer
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When fine tension and position adjustments are required, clamp the mounting rod to an HDW100A Force Transducer Tension Adjuster (not included).

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